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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1854

I)C 3cffcvsoman. 'SHUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1804. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. i&s. PeHock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. George Dttrsic, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel ?fl. Smyser, of Montgomery jQrFlRE. "VYc regret to learn ibat the barn and wagon house of Mr. Valen line "iVerkheiser, of L. Smithfield town ship, was der-troyed by fire on Saturday evening last. 1 his is a serious loss to 2dr. "W., as he has lost his entire crop of grain and ha v. Hid loss is estimated at 82.000. &g$Thc Democratic Senatorial Con iferecs of this District, who met in this Borough on Saturday last, were unable to agree upon a candidate for the State Senate, and adjourned sine die without making a nomination. There were three candidates before tho Convention, viz : J. 1L Walton, of Stroudsburg ; F. W. Crane, of Wayae, and J. If. Brodhead, Mr. "Walton has declared Limself a can didate. His card may be found in an- othtr column. What the otlier gentle dacB, name...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1854

TTo llza Voters of IHonroe Cotitsly Folloio-Citizens: In compliance with the eoucitations-ol numerous friends 1 oiler myseii aa a candidate for the office of Prothonotary j-Ghrkofthc Courts 01 lVIonroe County, at the ensuing Election and hereby recpuctfully solicit your support Should I be elected, I pledge myself to dis charge the duties of the office personally, faithfully, and to the best of my abilities. KespcctfulIv.vour friend. JOSEPH TROCII. Hamilton, August 17, 1S54. To tlic Voters of illonroc Cojtsity. Felloto-citizcns: At the solicitation o numcsous friends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidate for the office of County Commissioner, find respectfully solicit your voles and sun pott. Should you deem proper to elect me, 1 shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor to ihe best of my ability to discharge the duties ot the office tasthlully and to the best of my awmv. J OH A HIAKEL. Hamilton, August 10, 165-1. To the Voters of Monroe Count j. fellow-citizens: I offer...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1854

i4i?I:2a, Know Thyself." . ' l i i ' I i .' t Ad Invaluable lie.ol. '5$rMM& Famu'y should have a 100,000 Copies solo in les than a year- A new edition, I0V'S i i . rl and improved, jusl iihmi. ;,,; Jr. lluuUrs Medical Manual and Booh fort!,, Afflict,. C.ntan.ius an ou line .if H.o oriisni, pruB., uea tm,..l a d rme of every form rIie-c coiilraf.te.lbj promiscuous .sexual intercourse, by self a luae or bv sexual excess, with advice lor their prevention, written in a fauultar Mlf. floiding all tncoVal leihniralilies, and eve ry Uiif'S llial vvould fe"d lllG ear f deceit cy; with an outline of complaints incident to Females, from the result of some tvvcnly Von:V suree.-.sful practice, exclusively do vmad to the cute of diseases of a delicate 01 inivaio untitle. To which is added receipts for the euro ol lb above diseases, and a treatise on the can acs, symptoms and cure of the Lever ami Ague. Trshmany of the Professor of Obstetrics in Pemn. College, Philadelphia-" Dit Hun .c llnwrA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1854

"i- 'MrM&Vd-c-' " r ffl r H l -J '.J '-'V . "mil". riwj.a. i in ii i mj Scuotcb to il)olitic5, iteivdim aviculture, Stkna, iSlovalitij, anb encval intelligence. fc W,.. - !ia 111 fmvn aaiif i mm &aM&' JS STSK SMl SSmmSfi 7gZS. rs&M visa 4 l VOL. w i'tshlishcd by Theodore Schoch. TIJRMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two uallars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid bu loie the end of the year. Two dllais and a half. No ptipers discontinued uniil all arrearages arc paid, except at thr option of the Editor. 1C Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lineij will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The chnrqc for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to vearlv advertisers. 1C7 AH letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. llRviiiR a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we arc prepared to cxecutecvery description of Canfe, Gircul irs, Bill Heads,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1854

tii) ikffcvsoniau. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1854, WHIG STATE TICKET. TOR GOVERNOR. JrSi Pollock, of Northumberland rOH CA.VAL COMMISSIONER. &erc ttarsic, of Allegheny. TOR JUDGE OF THE SUTREME COURT. D&v.itl ill. Smys?r, of Montgomery Public School. The public school of Stroudsburg, will commence Monday, October Oth. Pa 'rants are requested to send their children at that time, (bat the proper place may ibe assigned to each one. LIST OF TEACHERS. Upper Department : Lewi D. Vail. Miss M. S. Milier. Intermediate Department: Edward B. Drcher. Primary Department: Miss Anna Edkin. Ellen Phillips. LIST OF BOOKS : 'Student's series of Readers. Town's and Comly's spellers. Stoddard's Mental Arithmetics. Rhoad's Primary and 2nd part Arithme tics. Leach's Arithmetic. Ballions Analytical Grammar. Montcith's Primary Geography. Pievson's Geographical Questions. Davies' Algebra. Euclids1 Geometry. Vogdes' Mensu ration. Comstoek's Philosophy. Goodrich' History of the United State?. Latin Gramma...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1854

of MONROE COUNTY. Fsllow-Citizens: I offer myself as a can didate for the office of Sheriff." Should I be so fortunate as to be elected I will endeavor to discharge the duties of the office faithfully, personally and to the best of my ability. JAMES PLACE. Middle Smithfield, August 24, 1854. To lite Voters of Jlcuroc County. Fellow-Citizens: In compliance with the solicitations of numerous friends I offer myself as a candidate lor the onice ot Prothonolary GlerkofiJie Courts of Monroe County, at the ensuing Election, nnd hereby rcspuctfully solicit your support. Should I be elected, I pledge myself to dis charge the duties of the office personally, faithfully, and to the best of my abilities. Respectfully, your friend. JOSEPH TROCII. Hamilton, August 17, 1854. To Hie Vo!ers of ITIouroc CoiitUy. Fellow-cilizcns: At the solicitation of numesous friends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidate for the office of Counly Commissioner, and respectfully solicit your votes and sup ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1854

1 lWTan, Know Thyself." i T f.ftri i i . sin Jitvaiuaote nook 25 cents. "Every ily should have a 100,000 Copies sold vN in less than a vear. ' '' ,'iiV- A new edition, rcvis ed and improved, just issued. Dr. Hunter's Medical Manual and Hand Book for the Afflicted. Containing an out line of the origin, progress, treatment and cure of every form of disease contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse, by self a buse or by sexual excess, with advice for their prevention, written in a familiar style, avoiding all medical technicalities, and eve ry thinMhat would offend the ear of decett- cy; with an outline ot complaints incident to Females, from the result ol socne twenty years' successful practice, exclusively de voted to the cure ofdiseat.es of a delicate or vrivaio nature To which is added receipts for the cure ol the above diseases, and a treatise on thecau ses, symptoms. and cure of the Fever and Ague Testimony of the Professor of Obstetrics in 1'emi. College. Philadelphia" Ur liu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1854

. m-a.. . "ly-- i N2S? : '- - 111 lglgn.rjy-'tr' i vv.. ;-g3garoai.EJuu--ag ,j iv Qeuoteb to Jpolities, fitcvatuvc, agriculture, Science, iHoralitu, anh (General Sntclliqcncc. VOL. 14 STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 12, 1854. NO. 48. m Published by Theodore ScIlOClli i t.ii.Ms i wo collars liars per annum in a.ivancc Two ct dollars and a quarter, lore the eiul of the vo: No papers disconlinuecl until all :irrpnrnirs nrn nriiii except srt the option of the Editor. ID Adveitiemeiils not OXOOPilinp nnn snti:irr fton IwentyS al'Yisconunadc ?0U'4aC l " t "v " V'IC anic" A libcr J rrAiUcuc paiJ- s 0 s r 1 ftr T I IV G iiavin? a general atsorMncnl of largo, ei,Pant, plain and ornamental Tj-pp, we arr prepared to execute every description of It riiiiiJ HULLjI -3 primed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable AT THE OFFICE OF 3oyond the Eiver. The following beautiful lines, from the Dublin University Magazine, will remind the reader of the last Ecene in Bunvan's "Pil- grim's Progre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1854

22 whirlwind, aud on tbo other a flourishing willow, gracefully bending beforo the pasin- breeze. 'Od rabbit it,' said the Deacon to himself; it was the first word he had spoken, 'to think that I should be such an obstinate old fool.' He approached his own village. Ine reason fH his errand abroad bad been strongly suspected, and they were all on the lookout for bis return. There stood the choir leader. 'Welcome home, .Deacon,- said ho, 'hope we have uot lost you yet.' 'Get out,' said the Deacon, with a good-natured buta-athor a sheepish look; and on he went. There stood the minis- Welcome home, Deacon; 1 hope we fur. have hot lost you yet. bet- he was just going to say get out, but habitu al reverence for the minister cut him short. He looked at the minister and the minis ter looked at him, and both burst into a tit of laughter. The choir leader came up and took the Deacon's hand, and joined in the merriment. 'Od rabbit you all,' said he, and on he went. At the front door and window...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1854

At San Francisco, recently, W. L.XIIiry- aler, Esq., bcfMr. Joshua Jt Hayen, the nomineo for Major, 100 that he could over-check him. The bet was accepted. Mr. Chrysler drew his check on Pago, Uacon & Co. for 3100,000, and Mr. Hav en for 50 000, Both checks were im mediately honored by tho cashier, who was present, and Chrysler won the bet Mr. Haven then proposed to bet Chrysler S50,000 that he would beat Mayor C. K. Garrison for the mayoralty at the ensu ing election. Tho bet was promptly ta ien. checks drawn and honored by the cashier of Page, Bacon & Co., and put up. This is one of the largest bets ever made within our knowledge on a local election. A destructive firo at Pittsburg, Pa., broke out on Monday afternoon in the drug-store of B. A. Fahnestock, corner of Wood and Front-streets, which was en tirely destroyed with its contents, valued at S70,000, of which 850,000 were insur ed. Several adjoining buildings were al o more or less damaged. Freak of an Old Man. juite ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1854

3Iaii, Slsiow Thyself." I x i ; i An Invaluable Booh S'&lrMMe''' ' . for 25 cents. " Every iiMB Family should have a (42i,vc."- luu.uuu optes-soiu in less than a year. j r t w. i i p ' flu i ! A new edition, revis ed and improved, just issued. Dr. Hunter's Medical Manual and Hand R-oek for the Afflicted. Containing an oU line of the origin, progress, tieaiment and cure of every form of disease contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse, by self a buse or by sexual excess, with advire foi their prevention, written in a familiar style, aumling all medical technicalities, and eve ry thinsTthat would offend the ear of decen cy: with an outline of complaints incident to Females, from the result of some twenty Years'1 successful practice, exclusively de voted to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature. To which is added receipts for the cure oi the alio e diseases, and a treatise on the cau ses, symptoms and cure of the Fever and A gue. Testimony of the Professor of Obs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1854

HJctrntcfc to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iilovalitij, ani eneral Intelligence. --Hi.. ; VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 26, !354. NO. 49. i 1 r ?Yir Published by Theodore Schochi terms-two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a Quarter, half yearly and if not paid be sore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. Ko papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. II J Aill'fMllCtnPulc nt rvfnomniT rtn nlinr ffpn 1 lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and ' Iwpnli'.flr nfnt fnr pi'prr siih:fniinnt insprlirm. Tile? ! harge for one and three insertions the same. A liber - 1 diicount made to yearlv adi-ettiyers. K? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post- paid. .... JOB PRINTING. BaTlsrn eeneral assortment of larpc, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of cm.. nircuHrs, niii Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1854

l)c 3cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1854 OCT A protracted meeting is now in pro gress in the M. E. Church, of this place. The services of the Rev. Jamus Suwlu. and Rev. James Cunningham, of the City of Phil adelphia, have been procured, who will re main during the present and following week Services every evening, commencing at ? o'clock. The public are cordially invited to nttend. THE ELECTIONS. The great contest in this State shows that the people have chosen a Whig Governor, n Democratic Canal Commissioner, and a Dem ocratic Supreme Judge. A large majority of the Congressional delegation are Whigs and of the Democrats elected several urc an ti-Nebraska. The vote for Governor, taking the reported majorities of the counties fron which we have not vet heard the ofiicial vote fi as follows: Pollock, 196,fifil Bid er. 150,810 Pollock's majority, 3G,S42 The counties not included, and yet to be hcird from, are Elk, Potter, and McKeau. They gave Governor Bigler, in 1851, when he had ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1854

f"v . Jfew YorkjjConoy Xaikefc. From the. jSci Yok Tribttne. Oct. 2AVi. : :Tho Money market ia less stringent to day than on Saturday, hut capital is still active at full rates. The report of the Banks showing a further decrease of $1, 423,000 in loans; making ahout three and a half millions in two weeks, together with the increased demand from tho in terior banks, ia quite sufficient to account for tho present stringency. The Banks will probably continue the policy of keep- i ing down their loans until the actual sus pension of specie shipments, or until the , surplus of the arrivals from California shall have increased their ppecie resource again to eleven or twelve millions. The California boats of the 1st inst., are fully due, and will probably increrse our stock of gold about two millions, of which it is to be hoped a portion at least may be re tained in the country. The weekly boats under tho new arrangement commence wc Dcneve, on tne sum mst. uoni ban Francisco. The first wee...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1854

Man, Know Thy self. V .In Invaluable Bool W;vR 1(10.000 Con 77$S&NV n less than a year. .',. 'i',v- A new edition, revis cd and imnroved. iust issued. Dr. Hunter's Medical Manual and Hand 'Bwk for the Afflicted. Containing an out lie of the origin, progress, treatment and cure of every form of disease contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse, by self n hnn or lv oria! f TreS". With advice tl their nrevenlion. wiilten in a familiar style n oitling all medical le.t hricalities, and eve ry thine that would oliend me ear 01 oecen cv: with an outline of complaints incident to Females, from the result of some twenty voars' successful practice, exclusively de- Voice! to the cure of diseases of a delicate or private nature To w hich is added receipts for the cure ol the above diseases, and a treatise on the cau ses, svmntoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. Testimony of-the Professor of Obstetrics in Pent). College, Philadelphia" Dk HuN rf-n9 Medical Manual.'' The author ol this work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1854

5s"4. '. J 2Mh V.; ' j IDcuotcfc to JJoIttics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iiloraliti), tntb eneval 3ntclliqciue. V If STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 2, ISS4. NO. 50. 'Published Theodore Selioeh. TRRMS -Two il.ill.us ppi .uiiunn in advance Two cfollnrs :uul n ijuaiter, half yearly ami if not paid Uc Jn tlio nut ol llio year, Two dollars and a half. iN'o papers ilii-coiilinutHi unnl,all arrearages arc paid, crrept at the option of the Ktliior. lines-wiH lie ni'ti ted ihree wrclxs lor one dollar, and MotyifiviM:i'nli for every subsequent insertion. The e. hnrga Toi one and three insertions the same. A liber- f. l diseonnt made to yearly advertisers. irir.vijveiiiveineiits not exceeding one square (ten .ji;jAii letter .niiJu'ssed to me liditor mnsi ue post- ........ J 12 .1 it IKTI IV G; 4JlavtBp n pi in: ml assoitment oflarpc, clepanl, plain nnd ntn.uneiital Type, wc arc prepared to execute e vi ry descrirtionof Jimls. Ciicnlir. Mill lh ads, Notes, lllank Ilcrcipts JUM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1854

El)C 3cffcvsontcnt. 5- The Pennsylvania School Journal for this month contains its usual variety. The matter, instructive not only to the teacher, hut to every friend of education. No poison, who. truly tcw:hes, will do m ifhout it. It contains the decision of the State Superintendent , and by one of them Pi rectors are authorized to "subscribe for one copy and pay for it out of the funds of the District. j We have received the October number of the Xcw York ll-aclicr, which is the Grst of Volume 3. Its appearance is much improved by tho new cover, and we have no doubt its contents will keep pace. Wc are sorry to learn that Mr J. W. Valentine has resigned the po?l which he bo ably filled as resident Edi tor, but trust that Mr. Bowcn wil keep it up to the mark. lhc subscrip tion, price is one dollar a year, and we hope that every teacher in our county, af ter subscribing to the " Pennsylvania School Journal,'' will take a copy of this work. r&r- 1 he Eastou btane met with an acci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1854

pet J'?gJ'P,...g'.-l'1-1 r Pennsylvania Legislature. The Senate is claimed by both parties The difference between the whig and dem ocratic statements consists in the fact that the latter couut the newly elected Sena tor from the Fayette and Westmoreland District a democrat, whereas he was run "by the "Whigs and Americans, and by them elected in opposition to the regular democratic candidate. Moreover, he is believed to be a member of the Ameri can order; and if so, of course will act "with his brcthcrn of that party. Mr. Jamison, of the Armstrong, Indianna, and Clarion District, was also elected a year ago .by (he whigs and independents over a regular democratic candidate. How much hold the party has ou such Tcntlemcn we know not, but they are claimed as democrat. Mr. Piatt, of Bradford, Susquehanna and Wyoming District, is a Free Soil Democart, Anti- .Xebraska, and opposed to the Fierce dy- .nasty. As Ins district has just spoken out so distinctly, it seams hardly proba ble that he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1854

pMtk ihe Gdnrsec l'Wwn "'' HINTS TOR OCTOBEE. Separations for tho Wintering of Slock. In consequence of the dificiency of rwturage during the post summer, and t.ko. .-.tinted growth of corn, potatoes and root crops, we apprehend that every far mer having stock to keep will b obliged la economise food in every possible way, and U resort to every available means to render the coarser kinds of fodder pala table and nntrious. Cornstalks that oth erwise would he rejected and trampled under foot bv stock, if cut by a machine, iamed either by means of a steam bos instructed for the purpose, or by putting tShem into a large box or hogshead, pour inir boilin"- water over them, and cover- in.' up tightly till cold and mixed with bran, shorts, middlings, or grain for the purpose, will go much further in econo mizing hay aud grain than if fed without any preparation. Another means of di minishing the use of hay and grain, is the more general use of oil-cake. If Eng lish farmers have found its v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 November 1854

D UDeuotcfc to jpoiitics, Citeraturc, grieulhtrc, Science, iiloralitij, anD encval Jntclligcncc. VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER NO. 51, 4 s Published by Theodore Schccll. i clerkship at a lower salary than be had termss-two dollars per annum in a.ivance-Tuo previously received. lie lived only twelve collars an i n quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- mouths after this disheartening reverse. lore the end of the ycar.Two dollars and half. .... , v , , , e. , . . ., No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid,, When he died, he left his Widow peimiiCSS. except at the option of the Editor. , In this extremity, Mrs. Marshall, like 1CT Atlvcrtxscments not exceeding one square (ten . . . lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and a true WOlliail, looked her situation full in twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The , f t fi . . , i Qm-ll f hitrge for one and three insertions the same. A liber-, thO taCC. lier Urst act Was to Hire a P...

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